Welcome to Inspire Belief

 You make dreams happen

Hi, I’m Molly, and the block next to me is Arthur.  We are the ambassadors for Inspire Belief, our jobs are to get you inspired so you can do good stuff, have a lot of fun and feel great about yourself.

Kazia – the boss, decided to stop watching tragic stories on telly and decided to do something about it, so she is working away creating Inspire Belief Kids, it’s about helping families and children to believe in themselves and to follow their dreams, she said something also about tackling important childhood issues it the same time, so she left us in charge.

So basically, we can do anything we want to!

She did leave us a job list, but Arthur split coffee on it and it looks half chewed.  It says, blogging and something about using your initiative and stop annoying me (I’ve politely exchanged the boss’s words, as children may read this post), so basically we can do whatever we want!

To use my best manners, once again Welcome… have a looksie around, Kazia has lots of crazy ideas so we are forever evolving, so come back and check us out from time to time.  And if you feel the need to get in touch, do so, we would love to hear from you.

Molly x

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and Arthur (but no kisses)

Molly’s Advice

Don’t over think it – just leap in and do it.
You don’t know yet, where’s it’s going to lead – Molly

Blogging a chat with Kazia

Molly – typing up Kazia’s words, excuse the grammar issues, after all I’m only a cartoon.

My mother died of cancer when she was 65, before she passed she wrote a list of regrets of the things that she regretted not doing in life…. God! Instead of regretting things – she could have done a lot of things! She had so much love to give and a heart that would take joy in receiving love back.

" "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."   "Albert Einstein

Facing DRAMA

Facing DRAMA:

Let’s face it, we all have an in-law, family member, or next door neighbour that we have trouble dealing with – and we can’t get rid of them. STRESSFUL!
“It’s sooo unfair!” you tell yourself.

John Wooden – difference between winning and succeeding

John Robert Wooden was an American basketball player and coach. Nicknamed the “Wizard of Westwood,” as head coach at UCLA he won ten NCAA national championships in a 12-year period—seven in a row— an unprecedented feat